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AMARNA Vida Attends UK's Largest Net-Zero Congress

Updated: 6 days ago

AMARNA Vida is proud to announce our participation in the UK's largest net-zero congress, held on April 30th and May 1st, 2024. This two-day event brought together 12,000 policymakers, investors, innovators, funders, and sustainability leaders, along with over 600 inspiring speakers and 350 exhibitors.



Key Highlights from the Congress:

  1. Industrial Decarbonisation: Discussions on innovative strategies and technologies for reducing carbon emissions in industrial processes, along with insights into challenges and advancements made by key players in the industrial ecosystem.

  1. Carbon Capture, Utilisation, and Storage (CCUS): Exploration of innovations and advancements in capturing CO2 emissions from industrial processes and other sources, as well as techniques for utilising captured CO2 and storing it underground to prevent its release into the atmosphere.

  1. Volunteer Carbon Markets: Insights into initiatives and developments in voluntary carbon markets, comparing challenges and opportunities with compliance markets like the EU-ETS, and discussing potential integration and pursuit by companies.

  1. Policy and Regulatory Landscape: Discussions surrounding the need for policy and regulation that better frames the transition to a low-carbon economy, including government incentives, carbon pricing mechanisms, and international agreements such as the Paris Agreement.

  1. Business Opportunities: Exploration of opportunities for businesses to drive innovation and growth through sustainable practices, including the development of new technologies, products, and services supporting decarbonisation efforts.

  1. Collaboration and Partnerships: Emphasis on the crucial role of collaboration and partnerships among businesses, governments, academia, and local communities in the transition towards a low-carbon economy. This collaborative effort, grounded in ethical principles, aims to achieve a balance between social, ecological, and economic impacts, ultimately fostering thriving societies.

This congress emphasised the necessity of collaboration and ethical practices to achieve a balanced transition towards a low-carbon economy. 

To learn more about the event, visit Innovation Zero.

Stay tuned for further insights and developments as we continue our commitment to sustainability and the transition to a net-zero future.





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